Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has accepted a request from President Asif Ali Zardari to delay the release of a report on the assassination of his wife, former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, until April 15, international media reported. UN spokesman Martin Nesirky made the announcement Tuesday just two hours before a three-member UN commission that investigated Bhutto's death was scheduled to hold a press conference to discuss the report's findings. Nesirky said he did not know why the request for a delay was made. Nesirky said the commission had informed the secretary-general that "all relevant facts and circumstances have been explored and the report is now complete and ready to be delivered." UN Secretary General was due Tuesday to share with the Pakistani government the findings of an independent commission which has completed its examination of facts and circumstances behind the December 2007 assassination of former prime minister.